Hypnosis and Alzheimer’s Prevention? What could they possibly have in common? They both have to do with the brain: hypnosis helps us to focus an active mind on a dominant suggestion and Alzheimer’s prevention helps us to keep that mind active. Many people think that hypnosis is “putting someone to sleep” or making them “unconscious”. However, it is actually a wakeful state of focused attention and reduced peripheral awareness. Join me and my guest, hyponotherapist Steven G. Jones (www.StevenGJones.com), to learn how hyponosis can improve your health and reduce the effects of aging. There are 26.6 million Alzheimer’s patients in the world today. By 2050, the estimate is that 1 person of every 85 people will have Alzheimer’s. How can we stop this progression? My second guest, Suzanne Holmann, an eductaor in psychology and nutrition, will help us learn the important features of Alzheimer’s prevention. For more information, see her website at www.BrainHealthForBoomers.com.